Bord na Móna claims 'mistrust' of windfarms

Mistrust has grown among the public in relation to large windfarms because of the locations proposed by private developers.

30th March, 2013

Mistrust has grown among the public in relation to large windfarms because of the locations proposed by private developers, according to Bord na Móna (BnM) chief executive officer Gabriel D'Arcy.

Bord na Móna is working on the development of three large windfarms, including one with plans for 180 turbines at Oweninny, Co Mayo. D'Arcy addressed the Irish Wind Energy Association annual conference last week, at which minister Pat Rabbitte announced the extension of...

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